Blotter: Thieves try to break into pawn shop through bathroom wall

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Someone tried to break into a pawn shop through an exterior wall.
China Grove Gun and Pawn, 5850 S. Main St., reported a March 16 attempted break-in where would-be thieves tried to break through the store’s bathroom wall.
The person caused about $500 in damages. They did not gain access to the building.
The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office is investigating.
In other sheriff’s reports:
– Michael Shane Wingler reported March 16 a burglary at 3150 Lentz Road, China Grove, where a television and sound tuner were taken.
– Martin Marietta Aggregates reported March 16 a vandalism at 2270 China Grove Road, China Grove, where someone damaged three earth movers and a commercial truck.
– Annie G. Frick reported March 16 harassing phone calls at 255 Dunn’s Mountain Church Road, Granite Quarry.
– Everette Brown Barnard reported March 16 vandalism at 1137 Phaniel Church Road, Rockwell.
– Donna Anne Burleson reported March 16 a larceny at 155 Springway Lane, Cleveland, where a mailbox was stolen.
– Brian Phillip Grimes reported March 16 a fraud purchase on eBay from Phoenix, Ariz., at 2090 Saw Road, China Grove.
– Kimberly Efird Fisher reported March 16 someone attempted to enter her vehicle at 175 Ellen St.
– Dylan Thomas O’Brien reported March 16 someone forced him to empty his pockets and took his personal property at 1440 Agner Road.
– Orlando Raphel Torrence, 21, was charged March 16 with felony possession of weapon by felon, at 100 Franklin Ave., Kannapolis, following a traffic stop.
– Harvey James Kluttz, 47, was charged March 16 with misdemeanor communicating threats at 330 Paige Drive.

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